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"Students, teachers, and staff can seamlessly work together, create content, and share resources all from a single, easy-to-learn and simple to use platform."
Microsoft Teams can be used to call, meet, chat and collaborate. You may find Teams is used within your course for seminars or other interactive sessions. Teams can also be used to connect with other students for social, study and group work purposes. This page is designed to help you get started.
Accessing Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams is available to all University staff and students. You can get started with access to Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 by going to the Microsoft 365 Portal at (365.hull.ac.uk).
Teams is automatically installed on all University of Hull managed computers. If you are using a personal PC or mobile device, you can download the Teams desktop app from the Microsoft website.
You can access Teams from your internet browser by visiting the above link. Select Teams from the Microsoft 365 Portal.
- Teams basicsLearn how to create and manage teams and channels, chat with your team members using @mentions, turn on language translation, and share files.
- Meetings and chatsLearn how to transition from a chat to a call for deeper collaboration, manage calendar invites, join a meeting directly in Teams, and use background effects.
- Tips and tricksLearn how to set your availability status, stay up to date with the activity feed, and create group chats and coauthor shared files for real-time collaboration.